About Arrive Health
Arrive Health provides healthcare technology solutions. It offers prescription decision support software and an integrated and configurable technology platform for patients and providers. The company was formerly known as RxRevu. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Denver, Colorado.
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The eligibility & benefits verification market focuses on providing healthcare providers with real-time data on patient coverage and costs to improve outcomes. The market includes technology vendors that connect payer and pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) data to EHR workflows, display patient-specific cost information, and streamline the health insurance collection and verification process. By using…
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Solutions for Providers
Our Provider Solutions allow providers to view patient-specific cost and coverage information within their integrated EHR workflows. In particular, providers can view the actual cost of the care they order (including patient co-pay, deductible, and more), alternative options (including lower-cost alternatives, location and fulfillment options, medication options, and more), prior authorization alerts and initiation of the PA process, care quality alerts (gaps in care, care history, condition-specific alerts), and detailed insights into behavior change. With this information at their fingertips, providers can make informed care decisions with their patients, considering affordability and covered care options.
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Feb 16, 2023
News provided by Share this article Share this article DENVER, Feb. 16, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Arrive Health, the leading provider of integrated solutions that improve patient affordability and access to care, has completed a comprehensive analysis of 78 million prescription transactions to understand the frequency at which a patient's insurance provides full coverage for the medications being ordered on their behalf. The results show that 46.78% of the time, patients have an option that would cost $0. Patient affordability is a pervasive, national issue. While the percentage of Americans covered under health insurance has reached more than 90% , having insurance no longer guarantees healthcare will be affordable. Unfortunately, even slight increases in patient copay can drastically reduce medication adherence, with non-adherence costing the US as much as $500 billion annually. Many patients even ration their medications – including life-saving therapies like insulin – due to costs. "It is no longer possible to deliver quality care without considering cost." Without transparency into real-time cost and coverage data, providers cannot discuss ability-to-pay or alternative medication options with their patients. Kyle Kiser, Chief Executive Officer of Arrive Health commented, "It is no longer possible to deliver quality care without considering cost, and there is a significant opportunity to inform providers about lowest-cost options when prescription decisions are being made." Data in the retrospective review included Real-Time Prescription Benefit (RTPB) transactions completed between electronic health record (EHR) prescribing workflows and pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) databases in Arrive Health's nationwide network. In total, 78.26 million transactions completed by more than 300,000 providers across 2022 were analyzed. Arrive Health identified 36.6 million transactions in which a $0 option was available for the pended medication – 46.78% of the total transactions completed. Pended medications are those medications that have been input into an EHR ordering workflow, prior to being sent to the pharmacy. Importantly, the analysis found that 10.6% of the time, the Arrive Health RTPB solution returned an alternative that would cost the patient $0 when the originally pended medication was greater than $0. Providers using the Arrive Health solution were able to switch their patients to medications that had no cost. Examples include: A provider at a large integrated health system in Pennsylvania switched a patient's prescription for a blood pressure medication to a similar alternative, bringing the patient cost from $86.98 to $0 per month. A provider at a regional health network in the Midwest switched a patient's prescription from a patch to a tablet (while keeping the same active ingredient), reducing the patient's monthly cost from $208.62 to $0. A provider at a fully-integrated academic medical center in North Carolina switched a patient's asthma inhaler quantity from 1 inhaler to 3 inhalers, and switched from a pharmacy pick-up to a mail-order option, bringing the patient cost from $447.95 to $0. Certain medication classes had more frequent opportunities to reduce patient costs. For example, HMG-CoA reductase inhibitors (statins) which control cholesterol levels, were pended a total of 2.83 million times in the analysis. 28.18% of the time, the pended medication had an associated cost, but the Arrive Health solution surfaced an alternative statin that cost the patient $0. Long acting and rapid acting insulins – which were pended 417,000 and 224,000 times respectively – both had $0 options available 47% of the time. Medication cost data is often opaque and formulary complexities make it difficult to know which options are covered and what alternatives may be available. The result is patients being prescribed medications that are not the most affordable option. Integrated technology is required to surface pricing and lower-cost option availability at the moment prescription decisions are being made. By leveraging a robust network of health systems, health plans, PBMs, and EHR partners, Arrive Health surfaces low-cost – even zero-cost – options in real-time, ensuring patients get the care they need at prices they can afford. To learn more about Arrive Health's leading Real-Time Prescription Benefit solution or joining our growing partner network, please visit ArriveHealth.com . About Arrive Health Arrive Health is a healthcare technology company dedicated to putting the needs of patients and providers first. We improve access to the most affordable, quality care by delivering accurate, patient-specific cost and coverage data to providers, care teams, and patients. Collaborating with premier health systems, pharmacy benefit managers, payers, and healthcare IT vendors, Arrive Health is clearing the way for better health by reducing friction in care workflows and enabling meaningful conversations about access to care. To learn more, please visit ArriveHealth.com . SOURCE Arrive Health
Arrive Health Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Arrive Health founded?
Arrive Health was founded in 2013.
Where is Arrive Health's headquarters?
Arrive Health's headquarters is located at 3001 Brighton Boulevard, Denver.
What is Arrive Health's latest funding round?
Arrive Health's latest funding round is Series C - II.
How much did Arrive Health raise?
Arrive Health raised a total of $46.14M.
Who are the investors of Arrive Health?
Investors of Arrive Health include Jazz Venture Partners, 8VC, Providence Ventures, Paycheck Protection Program, Inception Health and 12 more.
Who are Arrive Health's competitors?
Competitors of Arrive Health include Medly, Waltz Health, Vim, Phil, DrFirst and 10 more.
What products does Arrive Health offer?
Arrive Health's products include Solutions for Providers and 2 more.
Who are Arrive Health's customers?
Customers of Arrive Health include Providence and UPMC.
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